A study led by the University of Plymouth suggests the reason some seedlings are more commonly eaten by slugs and snails may be down to the smells produced by young seedlings in the early stages of their development.
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The alleged creation of the world's first gene-edited infants was full of technical errors and ethical blunders. Here are the 15 most damning details.
Roger HighfieldFrom technical problems to ethical missteps that border on farce, it’s hard to imagine how the alleged creation of the first gene-edited infants could have gone any worse - @edyong209 on fine form